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Is there a dos command that will discover all ip address's of users on a network?

I know that you can use "net view" and then "ping" each of the users by name and find there ip address's . Wondering if there is a way to just list all ip address's of useres with one command??

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There are many, I use SuperScan from http://www.foundstone.com, it's a free utility that works pretty well and will scan a large range automagically. :)
 

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Utility vs Dos Command

I figured there are many utilities that would discover IP address's. So is there a built in Dos Command that will do this or must I use a utility.

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I don't know of any built-in command to do the job. Since there are free utilities to accomplish it, I don't see what the issue is.
 
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